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Wednesday 7 December 2016

MIC stars Millie and Rosie jet in for best pal's lavish Adare Manor wedding

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They're used to living it up at lavish London parties and it was no different for Made In Chelsea stars Millie Mackintosh and Rosie Fortescue as they travelled to Limerick for the wedding of Dermot Desmond's son Ross.

The stylish pair jetted in for the nuptials of best friend Stephanie Smart and businessman Ross in the five-star castle Adare Manor.

The luxurious venue was transformed into a 'secret garden' to fit the theme for the couple's wedding, complete with marquee decorated with flowers, trees and a fountain.

The fashion designer bride, who runs her own t-shirt label Language of Flowers, walked down the aisle in a form-fitting gown, complete with a dramatic skirt, while her new husband Ross was looked dapper in a classic tuxedo with a white waistcoat and bow tie.

Ross is the second of the Desmond brothers to tie the knot, after brother Brett wed Andrea Corr in 2009.

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Former reality star Millie and current cast member Rosie shared their experience of the Irish wedding bash on their Instagram accounts.

Fresh from a luxury fitness bootcamp in Ibiza, gym fanatic Millie (25) tucked into a full Irish breakfast ahead of the ceremony.

A big change from her normal super-healthy diet, the Londoner, who married rapper Professor Green in 2013, joked that the heavy meal had left her a little thirsty as she wrote: "Can I get a Guinness with that?"

Fashion blogger Rosie (25) also tucked into a hearty breakfast ahead of the event for a "wedding refuel".

Both ladies looked suitably stylish in stunning gowns.

Choosing eco-friendly fashion over a haute-couture, Millie donned a coral cut-out dress by trendy sustainable fashion label Reformation.

Socialite Rosie went for full-on designer glamour as she wore a gown by British designer Matthew Williamson, paired with Valentino heels and a Missoni handbag.

Hungry wedding guests were treated to an impressive menu of pork belly for starters, followed by rack of lamb for main and finishing with a selection of desserts including cheesecake and sorbet.

Each guest was also given a treated to a box of sweets by famous Parisian bakery Laudree.

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